Post Script: Sorting into Birth Order as Right Place

Guest blogger: Anne-Marie Voorhoeve

Remembering when Diana Claire visited the Netherlands last year she stayed with my mum (in the same village as me).

We were looking at a row of family photos. They sorted by the direction that people were looking in the portraits. Really all muddled up, in the sequence of their family order.

We did a little ceremony with my mother hanging all the photos in the right birth order. This added to the grounded energy and more calmness in our sense of Place. And created the condition for lovely touching conversations.

This blog series continues a celebration of the launch of Book 2 in the Integral City Book Series: Integral City Inquiry & Action: Designing Impact for the Human Hive.

In this blog series, Guest Bloggers from the Integral City Community of Practice explore how each is living the practices of Placecaring & Placemaking.

The series includes:

Integral City Community Practise Placecaring and Placemaking

Finding Bearings about Place

An Intuitive Walk Through Amsterdam

Relationship to Place

Finding the Right Place

How is Your City Your Habitat?

Searching for our Right Place

Post Script: Sorting into Birth Order as Right Place

From Home Base to New Place and Back Again

About the Author:

HI I am the Founder of Integral City Meshworks Inc. and Chief Blogger. Working with cities and eco-regions, I ‘meshwork’ or weave people, purpose, priorities, profits, programs and processes to align contexts, grow capacity and develop strategies for sustainability and resilience in the Integral City. You can read more details about me here

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